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Anglican Church School Studies Award

Duration: 4 sessions, Saturdays

Overview

Anglican Church School Studies is a non-accredited professional development course for full time Hope registered students. The course has been developed in consultation with leading local practitioners to provide opportunities for Hope students undergoing teacher training to develop working knowledge, understanding and skills to enhance their preparation for a role and contribution within an Anglican school.

This new Liverpool Hope University CPD award explores the distinctive identity and defining characteristics of Church of England schools. It examines the relationship between values, vision, ethos and standards within an Anglican school and considers the special nature and impact of religious education and collective worship. The importance of reflective practice in an Anglican school context is emphasised, with clear opportunities to develop professional knowledge, understanding and skills and to prepare with confidence for a role and contribution within an Anglican setting.

The cost of the course is currently £60.00 to cover all four sessions

 

Course Leader: Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle

Dr Stuart-Buttle is Senior Lecturer in Theology and Education and Director of the Centre for Christian Education and Pastoral Theology.

Curriculum

What does it mean to be a Church of England School?

Vision, Values, Ethos and Standards

Religious Education in the Anglican School

Collective Worship in the Anglican School

Further Information

Centre for Christian Education and Pastoral Theology website – click on the ‘courses’ tab for further information about the Anglican Church School Studies Award.

Overview

Anglican Church School Studies is a non-accredited professional development course for full time Hope registered students. The course has been developed in consultation with leading local practitioners to provide opportunities for Hope students undergoing teacher training to develop working knowledge, understanding and skills to enhance their preparation for a role and contribution within an Anglican school.

This new Liverpool Hope University CPD award explores the distinctive identity and defining characteristics of Church of England schools. It examines the relationship between values, vision, ethos and standards within an Anglican school and considers the special nature and impact of religious education and collective worship. The importance of reflective practice in an Anglican school context is emphasised, with clear opportunities to develop professional knowledge, understanding and skills and to prepare with confidence for a role and contribution within an Anglican setting.

The cost of the course is currently £60.00 to cover all four sessions

 

Course Leader: Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle

Dr Stuart-Buttle is Senior Lecturer in Theology and Education and Director of the Centre for Christian Education and Pastoral Theology.

Curriculum

What does it mean to be a Church of England School?

Vision, Values, Ethos and Standards

Religious Education in the Anglican School

Collective Worship in the Anglican School

Further Information

Centre for Christian Education and Pastoral Theology website – click on the ‘courses’ tab for further information about the Anglican Church School Studies Award.

Course Contact Details

Dr Ros Stuart-Buttle

Course Leader

Department of Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies

stuartr@hope.ac.uk